Soup Investigates digs into slutty costumes
Soup Investigates chooses Mario Lopez or Billy Bush
Soup Investigates holds Opinio-Dome
Soup honors depressing Oscar flicks
Soup Investigates gets ballsy with this story
"The Soup Investigates" kicks off award season by honoring the most depressing Oscar flicks. Check out the Saddies nominees.
Are these so-called nerd girls as geeky as they want us to believe? Check out "Soup Investigates" correspondent Michael Kosta's social experiment.
"The Soup Investigates" team holds an Opinio-Dome to determine which female celebrity chef reigns supreme.
Correspondent Julian McCullough goes far behind enemy lines to draw out a terrifying foe--the European boy band's militant fan base. Is jihad inevitable?
Is it wrong for ladies to pretend to be "easy" one night of the year? A year-round slut gives her say-so on "The Soup Investigates."
"The Soup Investigates" polls a group of experts on whether Mario Lopez or Billy Bush is a better fit to lead our country in news.
"The Soup Investigates" panel dives into the likeability factor of Hollywood's leading ladies: Jennifer Lawrence and Anne Hathaway! Find out who the common folk adore more.
"The Soup Investigates" panel dives into the likeability factor of Hollywood's two leading ladies! Find out who the common folk adore more.
In the premiere season, anchor Joel McHale is getting into the investigative journalism business--well, sort of. The newsmagazine parody will tackle pop culture mysteries, celebrity rumors and shocking questions--like how tweens would react to an artificially aged photo of Justin Bieber. The tongue-in-cheek format, known so well by "The Soup" fans, will play out in a more civilized tone--if you count a segment on the analysis of where "The Bachelor" buys its roses as civilized. Get ready for an exhaustive and in-depth look at everything and anything in vogue.
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